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Stipulation VS condition?

Asked by ah020387 (49points) November 25th, 2010

what is the difference between stipulation and condition?

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It depends on usage. One can use stipulation as a form of condition, but in technical uses one essentially stipulates a condition. To stipulate is to lay down a set of requirements, demands or limitations, the conditions, of a particular agreement.

For example, “The will stipulates that he may live in the house, on the condition that he is married by the age of 16.”

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